There are new add-on fees in Beavers Bend being charged by some luxury cabin companies. “Incidental Fees” and “Property Damage Protection Fees.”
Nifty names, huh? I’m not sure what they mean, but I have a feeling someone saw these charges on their hotel bill and thought, “This is a great way to get more money out of our guests who are already paying several hundred dollars per night!”
Hey, if you agree to pay these ridiculous guest-gouging charges let me know. I’ll have a great deal on some oceanfront property in Arizona for you!
Firewood fees continue to be prevalent in Beavers Bend…but not with us. It’s always free at Mountain Vista. Many are charging $75-$100 for a few sticks of wood. Depending on which luxury cabin you rent, you could be burning lots of money while keeping the fire burning.
Fall foliage season is only weeks away and we have no weekends available in October. Only one weekend is available in November. We have a few weekdays available both months so check our calendar and reserve Mountain Vista. Our peak foliage dates will be gone soon.
Fall has arrived in Beavers Bend and although the forecast looks warm over the next few days, chilly nights and crisp mornings will soon greet you in the Kiamichi Mountains. The Broken Bow Lake area is spectacular during autumn and you should take the Talimena Drive when visiting the area.
Remember to do your homework when choosing a luxury cabin near Broken Bow Lake and Beavers Bend State Park. There are many great cabins in the area. Unfortunately, only a few won’t charge you add-on fees.
We always provide free s’mores kits, Starbucks and firewood. Our staff always makes sure there is an ample supply of Bed Bath and Beyond products throughout the cabin. You’ll never pay cleaning or insurance charges at Mountain Vista.
We’ve developed a “niche market” by not charging add-on fees. Our guests love it. More importantly, they love this view! We’re only a few weeks away from this kaleidoscope of colors being visible at Mountain Vista.